Requesting for a clarification in enterprise use case
Consider a scenario that we have a virtual graph that has a backend data source enabled to be accessed with Personal access tokens or username/password.
What are the possibilities to pass the user data ( credentials / token ) to the backend while accessing the virtual graphs ?
is there any options to pass the user credentials (that is used to login to the Stardog studio) to the backend while querying the virtual graph?
Thanks and Regards,
This depends on the type of data source you are hoping to use. For example, this docs page shows how to do this with a JDBC compatible source. Can you let me know what type of database you are trying to authenticate with (assuming it's not JDBC and that page doesn't answer your question)?
Hi @ClarkFarley ,
Thanks for your response.
It's a PostgreSQL DB, and JDBC authentication is the one option.
But considering the end-usage scenario, that involves lot of users which will lead to the configuration of multiple virtual graphs (each virtual graph for each team/project)- to avoid this, is there any way to to pass the stardog studio authentication details (username and password) to get appended to the JDBC connection ?
is there any support other than jdbc authentication in enterprise edition of stardog ?
So are you asking if it's possible to have Stardog connect to your postgres DB using each individual's credentials when they make a query to that database?
Hey @ClarkFarley , Yeah . you are right !! that's what i was asking for
Stardog doesn't support pass through authentication, which is what you're asking about here. We can however control access by bringing in role groups and assigning access based on that.